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I am selling my RUGER LC9 in about 2 hrs and I am thinking about buying a CM9, or a CW9. I love how smooth the trigger is
but it is a bit long to me. can it be modded or is there a drop in aftermarket trigger for these ?
 

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I recently picked up a cw9 for carrying. I am not happy with the length of the trigger pull. It does take some getting used to. I would be happy if kahr offered an alternate trigger with shorter pull. I will be watching the forum on case anything comes up. Otherwise I am extremely pleased with it, no jambs, missfires, etc.
 

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I haven't heard of a mod that shortens the pull either.........congrats on the fine weapon ....your gonna like it...
 

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I believe if you change out the striker spring it will lighten the pull......but kahrs pull is around 6 - 7 smooth lbs as is......... which I think is fine for a sd carry weapon....
 
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The CM9 is the only pistol I have owned so it is the only trigger pull I am familiar with and I am very comfortable with it. I have fired the LCP a few times and a Glock also but not enough to really compare them. I'm happy with the CM9! :fat:
 

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Well gents the Kahr trigger system is designed to work in a manner similar to a double action revolver. A double action revolver with a 6-7lb pull is considered to be light and oh so good.

There are those among us that can shoot a double action revolver very well indeed. A Kahr pistol will shoot even better than a revolver. If you don't want to put in the work to learn how to properly shoot these pistols I would suggest buying a different pistol.

All handgun designs each have different little "quirks", that must be worked with to shoot them well.

Just say'n, learn to work with a particular type of handgun or not, it is your choice.

:crazysmile::crazysmile:

I might ad that many times trying to improve your pistol by adding/modifying/changing internal parts will many times cause reliability issues.

Just my not so humble opinion, based on training and experience. :lolu:
 

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Very true lefty. ......sometimes in a quest to improve something that works fine as is can create an issue where there was none.....
 
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I don't have any nines, but I have 2 p380s. The triggers are perfect out of the box on both guns. I wouldn't consider any modifications at all.
 
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